This section explains each of the properties in the configuration blade.
This associates this Agent to a specific Collection and defaults to that of the current Data Stream.
Polling Interval (seconds)
A timespan to specify how often should the Agent check for new data/changes or update its cache.
The version of your FinOps OData service. You can only select either V3 or V4.
The authentication methods supported:
The URL of the token endpoint provided by the application to make API requests.
Use Connection Variables
Tick to select saved variables; or enter the text manually for the authentication properties.
The endpoint address (URL) of the FinOps OData service authorizing the client. e.g. https://login.windows.net/example.com.au Applies to App Credentials Authentication Type only.
The unique identifier to request authorized access to client data (applies to App Credentials Authentication Type only).
The client secret obtained from the OData service (applies to App Credentials Authentication Type only).
The user name to use for authenticating the connection (applies to User Credentials Authentication Type only).
The password to use for authenticating the connection (applies to User Credentials Authentication Type only).
The entity against which the operation is performed. The list of entities is populated from the FinOps OData service.
The columns which the Agent should return. If no columns are specified, the Agent will return all the columns from the FinOps OData service.
Number Of Results
The number of rows that should be returned.
The column by which the returned results are sorted.
The sort direction: ASC (ascending) or DESC (descending).
An event per read row will be made available to this endpoint with attributes matching Result Properties.
Errors encountered during the execution of this Agent will be published on this endpoint.